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Brian Sadur’s Client Reviews

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  • 5.0 stars

    Posted by a client

    Highly Recommended

    Brian Sadur is very knowledgeable, professional and easy to talk to. His advice and understanding of the legal system guided me through a very upsetting litigation.... with great results.

  • 5.0 stars

    Posted by Ralph

    Wisdom, knowledge, and expertise

    I've worked with a number of attorneys over the years dealing with custody and child support with my ex-wife. When Brian entered my case he was able to arrange a settlement that was suitable to all parties. Whereas for years we had fought over the terms of how we would co-parent, Brian was able to enter the case and make everyone set their emotions aside and come to a resolution that made everyone happy. His suggestions led to better than a compromise; truly a win-win solution was reached with the help of Mr. Sadur. I still thank Brian to this day for putting together the pieces of my family life. I cherish nothing nothing more than my family but my ex-wife made me resent supporting them. Brian saved us.

  • 1.0 star

    Posted by a Family client

    Divorce Case

    To Whom It May Concern:

    This is a formal complaint again Attorney Brian Sadur. He represented me in my divorce case.

    He mishandled my case and dropped the ball, causing me to loose financially thousands of dollars. He did not file discovery interrogatories and sanctions were placed against me. I did not find this out until July 2013. It was through another attorney.

    He also did not divide the marital assets. He did not ask for a DNA test as requested by me. Which has caused me to try and do this a second time.

    He was also misleading me in the beginning by not doing the proper legal procedures to tie up assets namely a house that was marital property. Because he did not do this spouse was able to sell marital property and keep all the proceeds. First he told me he was going to freeze the account and later get it from her retirement account. Later at the end of the 1-year separation he says there was no retirement account. The divorce was handled as if there were no assets because that was never discussed in court again because of him not filing proper paper work.

    He also did not get back with me in a timely manner on the phone or through email either namely when I was asking him about the marital asset namely the house.

    So in the end my spouse received 100% everything financially and legally. I received zero financially and a child support payments for a child that DNA has proven not to be mines.

    He was incompetent in my case and should not be practicing making these kinds of mistakes. I am left trying to redo and undo blunders he made in my case.